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Effect of feedlot lagoon water on some physical and chemical properties of soils



Effect of feedlot lagoon water on some physical and chemical properties of soils



Proc. Soil Sci. Soc. Am 35: 122-126



Lagoon water from cattle feedlot runoff was added to undisturbed soil columns 42 cm long and 6.7 cm in diameter. Water flow in soil columns stopped for all soils before 2 pore volumes of filtrate could be collected. Analysis showed that Na, K and NH4 ions increased in the surface increments of the soil column. The electrical conductivity of the saturation extract from the top 15 cm of the columns increased by more than 200 % by adding lagoon water to the soil.

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DOI: 10.2136/sssaj1971.03615995003500010036x


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